LMX 161-H transformed to Electric Cafe Racer by ALEXIS FOVET

Zero is an electric Cafe Racer motorcycle based on the chassis of the LMX 161-H Freeride Electric Motorcycle designed by 21 year old Alexis Fovet ( Linkedin ). This is a continuation of the article we made a couple of months ago. Alexis Fovet gave a clear vision of what LMX 161-H Electric Motorcycle would look like if it was transformed to Electric Cafe Racer. He even made a mock-up.


Zero – LMX Cafe Racer built on LMX 161-H chassis

“Lucas Suteau and Adam Mercier, two young engineers, that have been working since 2008 on the development of bicycles and electric motorcycles. In 2015, they created LMX to market their first prototypes. This approach and the success of their existing models, pushed this structure to work the aesthetics of their vehicles to meet the needs of an increasingly eclectic clientele.” – Alexis FOVET

We cannot be sure that this text is confirmation that LMX Cafe Racer ZERO will be produced. We really hope it will, because the simplicity of this redesign and the overall end look is genius. We are sure all LMX fans would love to have this upgrade and to be able to transform their electric dirtbikes to electric cafe racers when the off-road adventure time is over!

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